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4/1/2021
 -5/31/2021
RAL Art Center - Classes to Begin

RAL Art Center classes are back!  Beginning in April and May participants will find class offerings including oil painting, portraiture, silk paper creation, fused glass jewelry and plates, flower arranging, acrylics and watercolor.  All classes will be held in the RAL Pike Studio, a great place to learn, grow and connect.  RAL supports all COVID requirements and ensures safety for our artists and class attendees.  Reserve your spot early as spaces are limited. 


 

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5/5/2021
 -5/29/2021
RAL Art Center - The Art of Still Life

The RAL Art Center May exhibition will feature The Art of Still Life.  A still life is an artwork depicting inanimate objects, either natural or manmade, in an artistic arrangement. Objects can be very personal to the artist, or they might be of a universal theme, with flowers in vases or fruit and vegetables. 

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5/8/2021
Wine & Wellness: 20-Minute Seated Massage

Do you agree that wine & wellness are the harmony between the mind, body, and spirit? If yes, you could be a SEATED MASSAGE away from a good mood…AND a glass of Good Luck Cellars wine. 

Tricia James, Doula and Massage Therapist, LLC will be offering 20-minute seated massages for $20 from 12-5PM. She’ll be set up in our Event Room (behind a makeshift wall for privacy). Payment goes directly to Tricia and can be paid in cash or through Venmo, Zelle, or Apple Pay. 
You can schedule an appointment in advance or sign up once you arrive. 
Phone: (719)208.5144 | Email: triciajamesdoula@gmail | FB Message: @triciajamesdoula. 
We’re so excited to bring this service to you at Good Luck.

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5/9/2021
Sangria Sunday

This is a popular, weekly event at Good Luck Cellars (GLC) and one you must enjoy if you’re in the area.

We make fresh sangria, featuring a GLC wine, on Saturday to serve on Sunday. It’s a different recipe each week; sometimes it’s white, sometimes it’s red, and sometimes it’s rose’.

During the colder months, we make a warm, seasonal version that’ll warm the soul :0)

When it’s gone…it’s gone…until the next Sunday, of course, when we make a new batch.

Come Sip and Sangria with us.

Can’t make it this Sunday, make your own at home; see recipes on the Sangria page of our website.


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5/15/2021
RAL Art Center - Silk Paper Making

Learn the skills necessary to create beautiful Silk Paper with artist Barbara Brecher at RAL Art Center.  For more information please visit the RAL website or call 804-436-9309.
 

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5/16/2021
Sangria Sunday

This is a popular, weekly event at Good Luck Cellars (GLC) and one you must enjoy if you’re in the area.

We make fresh sangria, featuring a GLC wine, on Saturday to serve on Sunday. It’s a different recipe each week; sometimes it’s white, sometimes it’s red, and sometimes it’s rose’.

During the colder months, we make a warm, seasonal version that’ll warm the soul :0)

When it’s gone…it’s gone…until the next Sunday, of course, when we make a new batch.

Come Sip and Sangria with us.

Can’t make it this Sunday, make your own at home; see recipes on the Sangria page of our website.


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5/16/2021
Religion of the Powhatan Indians of Virginia

Anthropologist Margaret Williamson Huber explores the religious ideas and practices of the Powhatan Indians, both those of lay people and the shamans, or quiocosucks, including their importance in Powhatan governance. Huber will describe Indian rituals and symbolism as well as Powhatan reactions to Spanish and English attempts to convert them to Christianity.

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5/19/2021
RAL Art Center - Broken Color - Painting Like the Impressionists

New art class being taught by Kathleen Noffsinger at RAL Art Center.  For more informaiton please visit the RAL website or call 804-436-9309.
 

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5/22/2021
RAL Art Center - Sumptuous Silk Scarf

Learn the skills necessary to create a sumptuous silk scarf with artist Lynette Reed at RAL Art Center.  For more information please visit the RAL website or call 804-436-9309.
 

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5/23/2021
Sangria Sunday

This is a popular, weekly event at Good Luck Cellars (GLC) and one you must enjoy if you’re in the area.

We make fresh sangria, featuring a GLC wine, on Saturday to serve on Sunday. It’s a different recipe each week; sometimes it’s white, sometimes it’s red, and sometimes it’s rose’.

During the colder months, we make a warm, seasonal version that’ll warm the soul :0)

When it’s gone…it’s gone…until the next Sunday, of course, when we make a new batch.

Come Sip and Sangria with us.

Can’t make it this Sunday, make your own at home; see recipes on the Sangria page of our website.


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5/26/2021
 -6/9/2021
Church and State in Colonial & Revolutionary Virginia

Established by law and supported by taxation, the Church of England was the official religion of colonial Virginia. Church life revolved around the parish, a geographical area that supported a minister and functioned as a unit of local government. Over the eighteenth century, Presbyterians, Baptists and other dissenters challenged the Church of England’s authority and traditional role in Virginia society. In the Revolutionary period, Virginians brought forth religious liberty with landmark legislation that shaped the new nation in profound ways. This course examines how Virginia moved from a royal colony with few dissenters and a well-established Church of England to an independent commonwealth that declared religious freedom to be a natural right of mankind.  
 
Robert Teagle is the Director of Programs & Communications at the Foundation for Historic Christ Church in Weems, Virginia, where he has worked since 2000. He earned his B.A. in History from the College of William and Mary and M.A. in American History from Virginia Tech. His research interests include the architectural history of early Virginia, the role of the Church of England and the rise of religious liberty in colonial Virginia, the Carter family, slavery and emancipation, and the history of Christ Church Parish.
 
May 26, June 2 and June 9 – 10:00 a.m. in Bayne Center at Historic Christ Church
 

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5/28/2021
RAL Art Center - Pet Portraits

Learn to paint your pet with artist Kendra Wadsworth at RAL Art Center.  For more information please visit the RAL website or call 804-436-9309.
 

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5/30/2021
Sangria Sunday

This is a popular, weekly event at Good Luck Cellars (GLC) and one you must enjoy if you’re in the area.

We make fresh sangria, featuring a GLC wine, on Saturday to serve on Sunday. It’s a different recipe each week; sometimes it’s white, sometimes it’s red, and sometimes it’s rose’.

During the colder months, we make a warm, seasonal version that’ll warm the soul :0)

When it’s gone…it’s gone…until the next Sunday, of course, when we make a new batch.

Come Sip and Sangria with us.

Can’t make it this Sunday, make your own at home; see recipes on the Sangria page of our website.


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6/2/2021
 -6/9/2021
Church and State in Colonial & Revolutionary Virginia

Established by law and supported by taxation, the Church of England was the official religion of colonial Virginia. Church life revolved around the parish, a geographical area that supported a minister and functioned as a unit of local government. Over the eighteenth century, Presbyterians, Baptists and other dissenters challenged the Church of England’s authority and traditional role in Virginia society. In the Revolutionary period, Virginians brought forth religious liberty with landmark legislation that shaped the new nation in profound ways. This course examines how Virginia moved from a royal colony with few dissenters and a well-established Church of England to an independent commonwealth that declared religious freedom to be a natural right of mankind.  
 
Robert Teagle is the Director of Programs & Communications at the Foundation for Historic Christ Church in Weems, Virginia, where he has worked since 2000. He earned his B.A. in History from the College of William and Mary and M.A. in American History from Virginia Tech. His research interests include the architectural history of early Virginia, the role of the Church of England and the rise of religious liberty in colonial Virginia, the Carter family, slavery and emancipation, and the history of Christ Church Parish.
 
May 26, June 2 and June 9 – 10:00 a.m. in Bayne Center at Historic Christ Church
 

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6/2/2021
 -6/26/2021
RAL Art Center - The 14th Annual Great Art Heist

RAL Art Center is excited to announce The Great Art Heist, its largest, most exciting and highly anticipated event, now celebrating 14 years!  After a year off due to COVID, the Heist will be held Saturday, June 26, 2021 in one form or another.  If able, our reception will begin at 4:00 pm with drinks and hors d’oeuvres followed by the main event at 5:00 pm.
 
How does The Great Art Heist work?  Tickets are purchased for a fine art raffle.  The night of the event tickets will be drawn at random.  As each ticket is drawn, the ticket-holder gets his/her pick of any donated, original work of art.  The next ticket drawn gets his/her choice of the remaining art and so on and so forth.  Ticket holders can preview all works of art at RAL from June 3 thru June 26.  The number of tickets sold corresponds to the number of art originals donated.  EVERY ticket holder is guaranteed to go home with something special!  Member tickets for The Great Art Heist will sell for $100 with non-member tickets selling for $125 and can be purchased at the RAL Art Center. 
 
New in 2021, you can buy your Heist ticket as an Early Bird from April 1 thru May 6.  By doing so, you will automatically be entered into our first ever Early Bird Raffle.  The winning ticket number will be drawn the night of The Heist.  For the lucky winner, you will walk away that evening with two great items: your raffle prize AND your original work of art.
 
The 2021 Heist will continue to have its fun and competitive silent auction.
 
Also new for 2021 will be a Summer Art Camp sponsorship program.  Individuals and businesses who choose to sponsor an at-risk or underprivileged child will give that child the opportunity to participate in one week of our popular Summer Art Camps at NO CHARGE.  Every $85 donated will sponsor one child for an entire week of camp.  Please give generously.  All sponsors will be listed, with their permission, in The Great Art Heist program. 
 
If you are interested in being a sponsor, donating items to the Silent Auction, or volunteering to support this great cause please contact Christine Mason at events@ralartcenter.com or by calling her directly at 804-577-7757. 
 
We look forward to seeing you at the 14th Annual Great Art Heist a fun and exciting community event!
 

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6/6/2021
Sangria Sunday

This is a popular, weekly event at Good Luck Cellars (GLC) and one you must enjoy if you’re in the area.

We make fresh sangria, featuring a GLC wine, on Saturday to serve on Sunday. It’s a different recipe each week; sometimes it’s white, sometimes it’s red, and sometimes it’s rose’.

During the colder months, we make a warm, seasonal version that’ll warm the soul :0)

When it’s gone…it’s gone…until the next Sunday, of course, when we make a new batch.

Come Sip and Sangria with us.

Can’t make it this Sunday, make your own at home; see recipes on the Sangria page of our website.


more info...
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Northern Neck Household Hazardous Waste & E-Waste Fall Collection

Date TBA

Household hazardous waste only, no electronics accepted.

No charge for first 100 lbs.  A fee of $1.05/lb collected for loads exceeding 100 lbs.

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Northern Neck Household Hazardous Waste & E-Waste Fall Collection

Date TBA

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